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Historic Tax Credits 101
An Introduction to the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program
Thursday, July 23, 2015
2:00 PM — 3:30 PM (Eastern)
The Federal Historic Tax Credit has become an important incentive for the preservation and rehabilitation of commercial and rental residential historic buildings. It is one of the federal government’s most successful and cost-effective community revitalization programs. The results of the program are evident throughout the country, where vacant and underused buildings have been returned to productive use.
In this 90 minute webinar we will review the basics of the Federal Historic Tax Credit including:
- What is the tax credit?
- What buildings qualify for the credit?
- What expenditures qualify for the credit?
- What is a certified rehabilitation?
- What is the application process?
Jenny Parker, Architectural Historian, National Park Service
Tim Simmons, Senior Preservation Architect/Federal Rehabilitation Tax Credit Coordinator, North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office
Who Should Attend?
First–time or infrequent users of the program including property owners, real estate professionals, architects, and developers; preservation staff of Certified Local Governments; Historic District Commissioners; and anyone interested in basic information about the program.
Attendees must register for this event. Audience size is limited. Please be courteous and register only if you are certain you will be able to attend. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will this session be offered again? Yes, this class is offered several times over the course of the year with different instructors.
Will a recording of this session be made available? No, this session will not be recorded.